Parent's Page

Parent's Page is SBGR Parent Newsletter about Early Learning. Issues are posted monthly.

MP900402587From the time a baby is born, a child’s brain begins learning important skills that are needed for future school success. These skills are best learned through active play experiences. Parents can help maximize early learning by choosing toys that encourage active participation and higher level thinking.

But what kinds of toys are best to help develop school readiness skills?  Smart Beginnings has great suggestions for toys that are not only fun, but will help your child be ready for school and ready for life!

  1. Value your child's questions.
    "Mommy/Daddy, why is the moon following us?" With this question, a child lets us know she is thinking about how the world works.

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 Mayor David Bowers, State of the City speech 2011

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The United Way of Roanoke Valley serves as the fiscal agent for Smart Beginnings Greater Roanoke.

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